Alright, this month, I decided to try something new. Instead of working in the Adobe programs I am comfortable in, I thought to do something I’ve never done before: create a composition in Cinema 4d. I have to say, I think I learned quite a bit in this simple project. It just goes to show you that stepping outside your comfort zone will lead to extraordinary things.
The project in this case was to use the kanji (Chinese character) for summer (natsu in Japanese) in a composition. My idea was to place the character in a field of flowers with summer-esque lighting. Because I have never done any compositions in Cinema 4d before, this project was both frustrating and fun. I can’t wait to see what I’ll do next.
More abstract c4ds. Sort of a blue theme, here.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted abstract c4ds. Here’s some that I’ve actually done quite a while ago but have only just now gotten around to posting.
I think I’m getting better at creating smooth c4ds. Here’s some more effect c4ds.
More effect c4ds. Use them well.
A few effect c4ds, two with blue bubbles and one with an abstract explosion.
Just a few abstract c4ds for today. Put them to good use. The first two are more for vector-based images, while the last one is just pretty dang cool.
Here are three more C4Ds. These are different from the last one in that they’re called effect C4Ds. Effect C4Ds are made more for lighting effects in signatures and avatars through use of blending modes such as screen or linear dodge. Of course, there may be others uses, so don’t be afraid to experiment with them.
Sorry for the week long hiatus. Some things regarding graduation had come up, but since I’m almost done with that, I can return to offering you great resources.
So, one project I’ve recently been looking into is Cinema 4D. The program is great for making three-dimensional images, such as for movies. But one use of the program is to create 3D graphics for use in signatures and wallpapers.
So, to start this off, I’m giving away three abstract C4ds. Hope you enjoy them.